September Books // Lacey Reads

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It’s been a little easier to read lately. I’ve put down my phone way more and they kids play outside safely while I sit and read. I always have a book by my bed and another in my purse. I read multiple at a time and I love it. Here’s what I’m currently reading, have read this month, and will finish off in October.

Cultivate by Lara Casey // I can’t rave about this book enough. This year of gardening has taught me so much and Lara’s love for gardening and how she uses it as metaphors and lessons about life just brightens my day. I love learning from her and I love learning from creation. We have an amazing Creator and I cannot wait to keep cultivating our life. I love that she includes scripture along with questions/study points throughout the book. Recommend!

The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp // Ann is on another level. For real, she’s not like anyone I can think of. Her writing is remarkable. Honestly, I put this book down and plan on finishing it this month.

Hands Free Mama by Rachel Stafford // An easy read that is pretty convicting. I recommend all moms check this book out from the library! 

Grace Based Parenting  by Dr. Tim Kimmel // In the process of reading but would recommend! We’ve entered a new time with a three and a half year old. He’s got his own personality and views and opinions. We but heads but we want to be continually pointing him to Jesus. That’s our mission as his parents. So far I’m enjoying this book and plan on ready Grace Based Discipline after.

Grace, Not Perfection by Emily Ley // Emily is one of my favorites. She’s so happy “hey friends!” and her business is awesome. I love her message of the book but I love the time and effort put into the making of this book. The ribbon bookmark, the color pictures, the quality paper and cover. Perfection is overrated and I think Emily encourages moms and women to realized that there’s no such thing as perfect and we need to give ourselves grace. 

What am I reading next!?!?!


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